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that msnbc is partially owned by ge. steve elmendorf was paid $350,000 from the wind energy association. but possibly the biggest player here was capital tax partners whose website offers clients and intimate knowledge of the tax writing process. it includes a team full of tax experts and advisors that work both on capitol hill and on the white house. capital one and goldman sachs were among the big banks that paid the firm, $2.2 million to get the financing break. verizon and time warner cable paid another $700,000 to keep the appreciation tax low. the motion picture association paid nearly $500,000 to secure tax breaks for movie producers. part of a measure that passed through the finance committee. back in august it went no where for months until it was tackeden to the fiscal cliff bill at the last minute. michael isikoff looking at how that happened. here he is now. mr. isikoff, so, i look at all your reporting on this and i think this is why tax reform can't ever get done. in a way that will make the country, in this day in age, when we expect transparency isn't going to happen. >>
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